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So instead of just giving the healthy message to the parents, and them trying to get to the kids to follow through, we wanted to involve the kids as well, because the more the kids are involved with their healthy eating, the more likely they are to do it.
That’s Staci Radford-Vincent. She and her son Forest come into the Earth Eats studios to talk about why it’s important to get kids involved in cooking. Forest even shares a couple of his favorite recipes with us.
Harvest Public Media chats with some wheat farmers who are very concerned about this year’s projected yields.
We visit the gorgeous Willowfield Lavender Farm in the second half of our show.
And Chef Daniel Orr presents three recipes: guacamole, gazpacho and shrimp on the grill.
Stories On This Episode
Staci Radford-Vincent taught her 7-year-old son how to help in the kitchen when he was just a toddler, and now he values healthy eating and home cooked food.
It’s been a tough year for winter wheat farmers. Battling dry times in an often dry region has many farmers fearing a historically low harvest.
Visitors from all over the country flock to the Willowfield Lavender Farm each summer. The one-of-a-kind farm boasts organic produce and stunning landscapes.
Who can say no to a snack? No one in their right mind, that’s who! The Spanish call them tapas and they make a daily event of them – a light fourth meal.
A bowl of cold soup is refreshing during these hot days. Change up your traditional gazpacho recipe by using cucumbers instead.
Rosemary stems not only add a unique flavor to this dish, their sturdy stems serve as perfect skewers.